Are you Anxiety Aware?2 April 2014
This is the booklet for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, the theme of which is anxiety.
Everyone feels anxious at some point in their life. Things like going for a job interview, meeting a partner's family for the first time or bringing up a child can make us feel anxious.It is normal...
Annual Report 142 March 2014
The Mental Health Foundation's annual report and financial statements for the year ending 31 March 2014.
Children and young people with learning disabilities and their mental health2 February 2014
This information pack is intended to provide a basic introduction to mental wellbeing and mental health problems before considering mental health problems in children and young people with learning disabilities in more depth.
This introduction to the subject is supported by a range of...
Talkback January 20142 January 2014
This edition of TalkBack includes a look into our work to fight stigma in Scotland, quality care, self-management, and children and young people.
How to talk to your GP about your mental health2 January 2014
Talking to a doctor about your own mental health can be difficult, so we have produced a practical guide with details on what to expect from your appointment and what your GP can do for you.
Mental Health on the go leaflet2 November 2013
The Mental Health on the go leaflet contains:Â
information about the Foundation and links to our most popular online informationÂ useful contact numbers such as the Samaritans and a space for you to complete with your GPÃ¢ÂÂs telephone number our recommended 10 ways to look after...
Crossing Boundaries2 September 2013
This report sets out the findings from the Mental Health FoundationÃ¢ÂÂs Inquiry into integrated health care for people with mental health problems. The Inquiry ran from April 2012 to June 2013. Its aim was to identify good practice, generate discussion, and draw up key messages on integrated...
Young Mums Together pilot report2 September 2013
The report from our pilot for Young Mums Together.